Dating Sim Review: Monster Prom by Beautiful Glitch


🌟One of my faves!🌟

Monster Prom is a hilarious, irreverent dating sim about a monster-filled high school in which you have six weeks to boost your stats, make the right choices, get into all sorts of trouble, and impress your chosen love interest in order to snag a date for prom!

Monster Prom


Official Description:

You have 3 weeks to get a date for Monster Prom! Go through absurd and funny situations, raise your stats and seduce one of your classmates. Beautiful art, bold, unapologetic dialogue and hard choices make up this Multiplayer (1-4 players) Dating Sim. Be your worst self.


More Info:

You can get more info and buy the dating sim here or here!


Long Review:

This was kind of an impulse buy for me because I had just gotten some money from my grandparents and was instructed to spend it on something I wanted (rather than saving it as I normally do), and well, if you follow my blog, you know that this is exactly the sort of thing I would impulse buy. And it ended up being fun! So I’m gonna split this review up into parts (so you can just skip to the review if you want) and tell you all about it.

Game Play:

You start by choosing one of four monsters to play as. One is a Frankenstein monster, one is a zombie, one is a djinn, and the last is “the embodiment of fear” (according to the Monster Prom wiki).

After that, you take an absurd (but fun) quiz that determines the stats you start off with. It seems random, but it’s not. For the first two questions, each answer corresponds to a certain stat. For the third question, each answer corresponds to a different love interest, and the answer you choose gives you a boost with them so that they’re the one who shows up when you start interacting in the game. (After playing a few times, it’ll be pretty easy to tell which answer correlates to which thing in the quiz.) It’s not impossible to succeed if you choose wrong, but it helps to choose right.

Speaking of love interests, you have six choices: three guys (a pretentious hipster vampire, a not-too-bright but lovable jock werewolf, a punch-happy pyromaniac demon) and three girls (a spoiled mermaid princess, an alcohol/drug/party-loving ghost, and a business-savvy “mean girl” gorgon).

To play, you go through “weeks” (with the full game, there are six), each of which involves a morning activity, lunch, and an evening activity. Depending on which activity you choose, you gain specific stats (for example, going to class gives you more “smarts” points), but you also get to make choices while interacting which can result in gaining/losing stats and impressing your potential love interest. At lunch, there are no choices that will cause you to lose stats; all you have to worry about is choosing the answer that corresponds to your intended love interest. Everywhere else though, each choice corresponds to a specific stat, and you have to choose the one that you have the higher stat in if you want to succeed. (If you’re not worried about losing stats, then choosing the wrong answers can be fun and lead to hilarious outcomes, like your vampire love interest being followed around by goats.) The goal of the game is to get enough total stats, enough of whichever specific stats your love interest likes, and enough heart points with that love interest by the time prom comes around. (You can find sites that will tell you the requirements, or you can wing it.) If you have the right stats, you get to take them to prom!

There are also things you can buy. Some will boost your stats, others are required for specific special endings.

Once you figure out how the game works, it’s not too hard to succeed in getting the date you want. You just have to build up the right stats and spend time with them to impress them. Of course, the trick is figuring out which stat correspond to which answer.

My Review:

This game is a lot of fun! It’s very much meant to be humorous and silly, what with it’s stereotypes about both monsters and high schoolers. But it’s absurd and ridiculous enough that it’s entertaining. It also pokes fun at a lot of modern things, like taking food pics for Instagram, and even makes fourth-wall-breaking jokes about the game itself.

Monster Prom - Screenshot of Scott shouting: 'When I say food, you say pic! Food!' and Liam looking unhappy

Liam: “No.”
Scott: “FOOD!”
Liam: “Stop.”

But do be warned, this is definitely a mature game with adult jokes. There’s no explicit artwork, but there are mentions of drugs, eating disorders, fad diets, sex, flashing, gun violence, bullying, suicide, and likely more things that I haven’t even encountered.

The challenge aspect of this game is fun. Your choices do impact the outcomes, so you might succeed in wooing the love interest of you choice, you might fail, or you might unlock one of the special endings in which even weirder things happen. At first I enjoyed just trying to guess everything, but eventually I got frustrated at having to start at the beginning and play through another full game every time I made a mistake, not even knowing what I was doing wrong. I ended up finding a site that told me what stats you need for each character and how to unlock the special endings just so I could see the pretty artwork each one gets and enjoy the humor.

The game can feel a bit repetitive after you’ve played through it a few times, but there are sooooo many different scenarios and options and outcomes—depending on which character you’re wooing, what items you’ve purchased, what choices you’ve made, whether you choose the correct or incorrect answers, and how many times you visit the same location in one play-through—so there are A LOT of things to see. And there’s so much creativity in all the different scenarios and options. So all of that keeps things entertaining.

Monster Prom - Screenshot of Damien saying: 'Doing amazing make-up is like... punching someone's face with beauty!'

I haven’t tried the multi-player mode, but it has that as well, which I’m sure must be a lot of fun, especially since I’ve heard it makes things competitive, allowing players to sabotage each other or compete for the same love interest.

The only frustrating thing is that you can’t save mid-game. But once you’ve played it a couple times, it only takes half an hour or less to get through the full game (since you can quickly pass over the text you’ve already seen).

It’s also got pretty, crisp, bright artwork, sound effects and music to enhance the experience, and the game flows smoothly as you play.

Last but not least, the characters are so lovable! Even the Interdimensional Prince, who is simultaneously terrible and great. My favorite to play as is Brian (the zombie). He just seems the most chill to me and therefore the most shippable, like he can get along with any of the monsters and be down for any answers I choose, though I do ship him most with Liam (the vampire) πŸ˜› It really makes no difference who you play as though. As for the love interests, Scott (the werewolf) is an adorable sweetheart. I also kinda like Damien (the demon) and his destructive tendencies (when I wooed him, I was basically an accomplice to setting the school on fire three times and numerous murders and other crimes, but I got a date! We even went on a romantic bank-robbing heist together at one point!). Polly’s fun to woo too because you get to choose lots of crazy party answers. But it’s Liam (the vampire) who’s my favorite; he says the most pretentious and hilarious things and is ADORABLE when he blushes.

Monster Prom - Screenshot of Liam blushing and saying: 'Thank you for... showing me the way. We will of course have to do this more often. Strictly for research.'

Blushing Liam pretending not to like things he actually likes is my favorite Liam. 😚

Monster Prom - Close-Up Screenshot of Liam Blushing

Look at his adorable little face!

Overall, this game has beautiful artwork, lots of ridiculous humor, a nice challenge aspect, oddly lovable characters, and I’ve had a lot of fun with it so far!

Update 3 Months Later: I’ve continued to play this game since writing this review, and it’s only grown on me more and more. I’ve had so much fun seeing all the different endings and as many outcomes from the different options throughout the game as possible! I have definitely gotten my money’s worth and absolutely recommend this to anyone who likes all the things I mentioned above!


Short Review:

– Humorous, silly, and irreverent
– Not for kids or the easily offended
– Bit of fun challenge
– Succeeding/failing isn’t random, you just have to learn how the game works
– TONS of content
– Single or multiplayer
– Crisp, bright artwork
– Characters who are simultaneously terrible and lovable
– Liam is bae
– Overall super fun and has only grown on me more and more!


(May not include everything)
– Not accessible for blind / visually impaired players and screen reader users.


I made an ending with the mod tool! If you’ve always wanted to marry the Interdimensional Prince as much as I have, here’s your chance πŸ˜‰ You can find my mod ending here in the Steam workshop!

I also made fanart!

Digital art of Liam, a purple-skinned vampire with yellow eyes and a dark purple long undercut hairstyle, down to one side. He's slightly smiling, blushing, and pulling his rectangular glasses off with one hand. His yellow bowtie is untied and hanging from his neck. His cream-colored button-up shirt sleeves are rolled up. Pink background.

And now here are just some random things I’ve tweeted while playing.

You can find more of my Monster Prom tweets here and here!


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Have you tried Monster Prom?
Which love interest would you try to woo first?


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    1. Kristen Burns

      Liam cracks me up so much, and his blush is the most adorable thing ever. I’ve gotten about half the secret endings so far. I haven’t gotten to the Blobbert one yet though!

    1. Kristen Burns

      I only recently started getting into visual novel type games, so this is just my second review for something like this! This one was $12 when I bought it. I tried to give as much info as possible so each person can decide if that price seems worth it to them or not πŸ™‚

  1. Aimee (Aimee, Always)

    This looks so fun! It’s been so long since I’ve played a role play game. β™₯ Despite being straight, I’d probably woo the mermaid first, just because mermaids are one of my favorite mythical creatures. πŸ˜‰

    1. Kristen Burns

      It’s all good, I’ve wooed them all! Lol. I couldn’t help but go for the vampire right off the bat since they’re my fave creature, but I love merfolk too!

  2. Greg

    Well you know how I feel about this one. πŸ™‚ We need more games like this. “Be your worst self” is kind of an inspired tagline too if you ask me… I did think it was a tad confusing at first, only because I wasn’t really sure if there was an advantage to which starting character you pick? Also there wasn’t much info on them? I would have liked more roleplaying in that sense.

    I did like the writing though, for the most part. It kept things fun. I thought the whole lunch thing was a nice touch too- breaks it up a little bit! I haven’t played much though since prom so I still need to find some of the special endings… πŸ™‚

    1. Kristen Burns

      I agree, the tagline is fun and definitely made me want to play, haha. It was definitely confusing at first. Everything seemed so random, and I thought each question had a right and wrong answer, so I was confused when I played different games and tried a diff answer and it was wrong too. But that’s why I included the game play section in my review, in case anyone needed help figuring it out. But idk, I kinda like that the roleplay characters are equal so that you can choose whichever one you like, or whichever one you think suits the character you’re wooing, and not worry about being at a disadvantage.

      You definitely need to do the special endings! I’ve gotten half of them so far. I love that art that comes with them!

  3. Lola

    This sounds like a fun game! The way the game works sounds kinda similar to other visual novel/ dating sim games, from the ones I played it can be tough at times to figure out what’s the right answer, but I like when it’s not too obvious. But at the same time it can get a bit repetitive if you have to play the same game a lot of time to get the outcome you wanted, so I can see why you used a site to help you along. The artwork does look nice and it’s fun you have so many different love interests, so it’s likely there’s someone for everyone. I am glad to hear you had fun with this game πŸ™‚

    1. Kristen Burns

      It is! I haven’t tried any other games quite like this, so it was new to me. I agree, it’s kinda fun trying to figure out the right answers. But yeah, eventually I got a bit tired of some things and wanted the help. It’s still up to me to figure out the correct answers for most of the things though in order to have enough points and things by the end, even if the special endings. And it is fun having all the different love interests! Thanks πŸ™‚

  4. Danya @ Fine Print

    I don’t play sims or any video games really (unless you count tetris LOL), but even still I’m tempted by this one. I adore the artwork — it looks like something that Boom! comics would put out — and I like the sound of the silliness. Plus we all need a Liam in our media, right? Love me some cute and shy cinnamon rolls!

    1. Kristen Burns

      Hahaha I’m not sure that tetris counts πŸ˜‚ I am a simmer, but this was the first game quite like that I’d played. It’s a lot of fun though! The artwork is wonderful. And the silliness if the best part. We all totally need a Liam in our media XD

  5. Becky@ A Fool's Ingenuity

    I saw you talking about this on Twitter and I was intrigued then but seeing you post about it, I admit, this game sounds hilarious and exactly the kind of thing I can see you playing. I’m seeing an increase in all these dating sim ridiculous games and I love it. I do think I’d get annoyed at the repetitiveness but I do like a challenge. I’ve just bought two games recently though so I’m not allowed to buy more until next payday now. I might check this out, though.

    1. Kristen Burns

      It’s a lot of fun, and definitely a Kristen kinda game, haha. It does seem like dating sims have been getting popular, but I’m down for more supernatural ones! Let me know if you do end up trying this one, I’ll wanna know what you think!

  6. Olivia Roach

    This doesn’t really sound like my kind of read, but I know my little sister loves everything themed monsters (ever since falling in love with Monster High) and I also really think she would enjoy these game play kind of novels. So I am going to recommend this to her!

    1. Kristen Burns

      It’s definitely more of a game than a visual novel, I just didn’t have a category for that lol. But idk how old your little sister is? Just want to make sure you know this has a lot of adult content/jokes!